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Governing Body Papers

All Governing Body meetings are held in public. The papers will be available a week prior to the date of the meeting and can be downloaded below.

Governing Body Papers

24 March 2020

The next meeting of the Ipswich & East Suffolk CCG Governing Body takes place from 8:45 24 March 2020.

In response to the challenges facing the NHS and to reduce the risk of coronavirus transmission, members of the public will not be able to attend this meeting but are invited to submit questions relating to agenda items via email to comms@suffolk.nhs.uk. The minutes of the meeting and answers to any questions submitted by the public will be published on the CCG website after the meeting.

The agenda for the meeting can be found below.

Agenda 24 March 2020 IESCCG GB

Primary care commissioning committee

25 February 2020

The next meeting in public of the Primary Care Commissioning Committee for east Suffolk will take place on Tuesday 25 February from 2 - 4.00 p.m. in The Britten Room, Endeavour House, 8 Russell Road, Ipswich IP1 2BX.

This committee is the decision-making group for the management of primary care (GP practices). 

Members of the public are welcome to come along and listen to the business of the meeting and ask questions at the end.

Governing Body Papers

28 January 2020

The next meeting in public of the Ipswich and East Suffolk CCG Governing Body takes place at Kesgrave Conference Centre, Twelve Acre Approach, Kesgrave IP5 1JF from 9.15am on Tuesday 28 January 2020.

Papers for the meeting are available here.

The Governing Body will be available to meet with members of the public from 9am. 

Come along to this meeting to learn more about health services in the east Suffolk area. 

Key documents library

Other key documents such as plans, policies and our annual report can be found in our Library.

Register of Interests

In 2016, NHS England published revised statutory guidance on the management of conflicts of interest with an expectation that CCGs will comply with the new requirements by the end of the year.

One of these new requirements is that all CCG staff must now declare any interests that they have every six months in order for these to be recorded and published on the CCGs Register of Interests. This includes full and part-time staff and each provider of primary medical services which is a member of the CCG under Section 140(1) of the 2006 Act. 

The Register of Interests now includes:

  • Declarations by GB and Sub-Committee members
  • Declarations by all CCG Staff
  • Declarations by member practice staff
  • Declarations made within CCG meetings.

Register of Interests October 2019

Hospitality and Gift Register - 2020

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